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Corn & Soybean Tour

Sample Itinerary




Day 1
Arrival in St Louis. City tour and acclimatize.

Day 2
Visit to American Soybean Assocation or National Corn Grower's Assocation. Visit to Monsanto Corporation.

Day 3
Ethanol plant visit. Farm visits including lunch on a farm. Overnight western Illinois.

Day 4
Farm visits. Tour John Deere factory in Moline. John Deere visitor's center.

Day 5
Farm Bureau visit. Farm visits.

Day 6
Travel to Chicago with technical visits as per group's interest. Outlet mall shopping.

Day 7
Chicago City Tour with visit to America's tallest builiing, Willis Tower (formerly known as Sears Tower). Free time for Magnificent Mall shopping.

Day 8
Flight home.

About Corn USA


Corn is the most widely produced feed grain in the United States, accounting for more than 90 percent of total value and production of feed grains. Around 80 million acres of land are planted to corn, with the majority of the crop grown in the Heartland region. Most of the crop is used as the main energy ingredient in livestock feed. Corn is also processed into a multitude of food and industrial products including starch, sweeteners, corn oil, beverage and industrial alcohol, and fuel ethanol. The United States is a major player in the world corn trade market, with approximately 20 percent of the corn crop exported to other countries.

About Soybean USA


Processed soybeans are the largest source of protein feed and the second largest source of vegetable oil in the world. The United States is the world's leading soybean producer and exporter. Farm value of U.S. soybean production in 2007/08 was $27 billion, the second-highest value among U.S.-produced crops, trailing only corn. Soybean and soybean product exports accounted for 43 percent of U.S. soybean production in 2007/08. Soybeans are about 90 percent of U.S. total oilseed production, while other oilseeds—such as cottonseed, sunflowerseed, canola, and peanuts—account for the remainder.

U.S. soybean plantings peaked at 75.9 million acres in 2008. Increased planting flexibility, steadily rising yield improvements from narrow-rowed seeding practices, a greater number of 50-50 corn-soybean rotations, and low production costs (partly due to widespread adoption of herbicide-tolerant varieties) favored expansion of soybean acreage. More than 80 percent of U.S. soybean acreage is concentrated in the upper Midwest, although significant amounts are still planted in the historically important areas of the Delta and Southeast

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